STUDY MATERIAL SYLLABUS PATTERN QUESTION PAPERS TIPS STRATEGIES PREPARATION PLAN FOR SAIL MT (TECHNICAL/ADMINISTRATION) EXAM 2015

 STUDY MATERIAL SYLLABUS PATTERN QUESTION PAPERS TIPS STRATEGIES PREPARATION PLAN FOR SAIL MT (TECHNICAL/ADMINISTRATION) EXAM 2015

SAIL MT Exam Pattern 2015

The test is for  135mins. There are five sections
Section A –  reasoning. The total marks will be 45.
Section B –quantitative ability. All the questions will carry 35 marks in total.
Section C– General Awareness questions carrying 35 marks.
Ssection D–  English language.
Section E –Technical paper of 100 marks which is specific to your stream.


SAIL Management Trainee MT 2015 syllabus and question paper pattern

As of 2014, the 2015 will follow almost the same question pattern. For qualifying the exam, you have to follows a multiple stage short-listing process in the exam. There will be two parts of exam, part I and part II, of 75 minutes each. The first part of SAIL MT 2015 will consist of Multiple Choice Questions of your domain/ specialization. The part II will contain questions related to Numerical Ability, Verbal Ability, Reasoning and Current Affairs, which are again MCQs.
The part I and Part II, both will be of 100 marks each.
Any attempt for wrong answer can cost you to lose 0.25 marks.

SAIL Management Trainee MT 2015 syllabus Part I 

The part I will consist the questions related to your domain that you have applied when filling the form for SAIL MT posts. So, you have must have a detailed and concrete knowledge of your domain subject.

SAIL Management Trainee MT 2015 syllabus Part II 

This part will have same question for all domains. The part II consist questions related to 4 sections namely- Quantitative Ability, Reasoning, General Awareness and Verbal English Ability.

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Each of the sections will consist of 25 questions respectively.

Reasoning Ability: Coding & Decoding, Problems related to words, Missing Numbers, Number puzzles, Nonverbal reasoning etc.


General Awareness:Just cram up dead general knowledge but mainly consist of current affairs. This part will include questions relating to India especially pertaining History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General Polity & Scientic Research.





For qualifying to other rounds, you have to score atleast 50% in both of the parts individually.
After you qualify for the exam, you are shortlisted for the Group Discussion (GD) and Interview in the ratio of 1:4 for each discipline, category wise, in order of merit.

As this test is far beyond technical knowledge, there is a sectional cutoff from all the sections... So you must be aware of the sections of what you have to be go through...

Coming to aptitude and reasoning section, prepare all the things like pipes and cisterns, finding average , time and distance, finding age related, time and work, clocks, percentages, statements and conclusions...

The preferable book is quant for R.s. Agarwal. Well, I think you should be aware of that...

for the grammatical section of English, wren and martin grammar is so far enough.
To get the real word knowledge, word power made easy by Norman.k.lewis is necessary.

For the current affairs section, updation of daily knowledge through t.v or through newspapers are quite important. Most of all, you should have know what have done from the past 6 months or so...so, you should be know all the related issues that are occured in national and international.
manorama year 2014 is enough for the past year.

as cutoff is there, to get well in the written test, you need to get a minimum of 25 marks per session in the non-technical area, and 70% in the technical area, I.e., 70 marks.


SAIL  is a well know maharatna company of India. To get in to it, here are some tips:
Easy study:
After writing the exam, many of the students say that they didn’t perform well because “the questions were different from what they read.” So never study all the concepts and try to concentrate on important topics and maximize the chances of scoring cent percent in what you have already learnt.

Time management:
SAIL is a kind of exam where you need to score at least 50 % of marks in each category, so time should be managed well both at the time of preparation and also at the time of exam. Never spend most of the time in Technical content (It’s just a part of exam – Remember there are other exams where you need that.) Its general tendency of a student to spend a lot of time on his/her technical part but here in SAIL you need work on lot of other fields like GK, current affairs, verbal, reasoning, etc,.
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